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Eilis Smart

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Micro:Bit Project Design

🌟Learning Intention: We are learning to create a game/interactive on the Micro:Bit ⭐Success Criteria: I can plan a digital game/interactive I can design and explain my digital game/interactive I can test my digital game/interactive I can analyse and improve my digital game/interactive add 1️⃣ASK: Explain what you want to program to do and what programs it is similar to or inspired by 2️⃣IMAGINE: Brainstorm what types of blocks your program will need and how they will combine to create your program 3️⃣PLAN + CREATE: Create a sample/draft of your program on the makecode editor. Tick the blocks you have used and explain what each of them do 4️⃣TEST: Use the simulator on makecode AND on your Micro:Bit to test your program. Debug if needed 5️⃣EVALUATE: Use pages 5 and 6 to complete the evaluation of your program and work ethic 7️⃣SHARE: Upload a snapshot of the final program and a video of it in action Remember to click draft so you can come back to your project in the next lesson. Only click check when the entire project is finished. Don't forget to tag your team members! 👩🏿🧑🏻👧🏽🧒🏼

5th Grade, 7th Grade, 6th Grade, Computer Science, STEAM
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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This project compliments a unit of work on the Micro:Bit It requires access to the makecode editor: https://makecode.microbit.org/#editor and Micro:Bits Template made using a Canva for Education account

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